I have been working with the Taiwan Defense Alliance over the past few months to move forward with establishing a new direction for Taiwan’s future development. We are now planning to rent a Taipei office in August, 2005.
I am planning to put up a simple English language website regarding our agenda for “Taiwan’s future,” and the legal basis for our viewpoints. What I need is an attractive border, a few simple graphics, and to hook up the links. I have the text already typed out in a .doc file, and I have the “connections” for the desired links in a separate .txt file … so what is needed now is some help in putting it all together. My html design skills are quite limited …
I am wondering if anyone would be willing to build such a simple site during a hour or two of their spare time??
I should state at the outset that my goal is to put all of this in one simple html page, with perhaps one or two (at most) subsidiary pages. Then I will email the finished html pages to the fellow that maintains the TDA website. I do not maintain that website, nor do I have the FTP codes for uploading to that website. … Nor can I arrange to upload some shell programs or other programs to that website to power these English language pages.
Hence, my needs are quite simple, but since this is somewhat important I would hope to have a main page which is reasonably attractive, and such html work is beyond my current capabilities. One of my close associates has Dreamweaver, but for some reason we have not been able to use that to come up with anything more than just “straight html coding.”
As an alternative, I would be interested in knowing if there are some ready to go templates or other such things on the internet where perhaps I could just FILL IN THE BLANKS, make choices regarding simple graphics, borders, dividing lines, etc. set up the links, etc. and put something together fairly quickly in that manner.
I have been in contact with the Technical guru of the forumosa.com websites and he has suggested posting my needs directly in this forum.
I am open to constructive advice, suggestions, and outright assistance.